1. 1.Summary of problem
  2. 2.Dreaming without language?
  3. 3.phenomenology
      1. 1.questions
        1. 1.How do I know when you have a dream?
        2. 2.When does the dream occur?
        3. 3.Are dreams in real time?
        4. 4.Are dreams fundamentally visual?
        5. 5.How typical are bizarre, unreal images?
        6. 6.How much does speech enter into dreams?
        7. 7. What other qualities or experiences are there?
        8. 8. Why all the fuss about REM sleep if dreams occur also outside of REM sleep?
        9. 9.Where does the narrative quality come from?
  4. 4.physiology
      1. 1.dream deficits (adreamia!)
  5. 5.phylogeny and evolution
  6. 6.ontogeny
  7. 7.meaning of dreams
  8. 8.functions of dreams
      1. 1.information processing concerns
      2. 2.wish fulfilment and other protection schemes
      3. 3.creativity
  9. 9.theories
    1. 1. Freud (See Fig. 1 above)
      1. 2.dream distortion
      2. 3.wish-fulfillment aspects of the theory
      3. 4.the nature of dream-thoughts?
      4. 5. Freud and language
        1. pictographs and hieroglyphs ("sacred carving')
    2. 2.Jung & Piaget
    3. 3. Winson
    4. 4. Hobson--dreams are a result of brain "activation-synthesis"
      1. 1.brain-mind isomorphism
      2. 2.internal signal generation
      3. 3."the form of dreams explained"
        1. cardinal features of dreams constitute its form
  10. 10.the big question: Where does the language-like, structure come from?
      1. 1.It is due to language?
      2. 1.It's due to mentalese?
      3. 2.It's due to a "language" of action/vision?
  11. 11. Notes & comments
    1. 1.bizarreness and creativity
      1. 1.what is pictorial bizarreness?
    2. 2.das hieropglyph connextion
  12. 12. References (incomplete)